Hawaii’s splendid isolation has contributed so much to the character of the islands. Our island paradise owes much to it, as does our culture of family and “aloha spirit.” On the other hand, those on the mainland have only the slightest acquaintance with the political and social issues we struggle with, and it’s easy for the most complicated and contentious issue to be reduced to static and soundbites by the time they reach Washington, DC. (more)
Correcting historical revisionism and misconceptions promoted by the Akaka Bill.
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